The Research in the School of Psychology at Fuller Theological Seminary takes place within the context of Travis Research Institute (TRI). TRI is committed to fostering interdisciplinary research into the relationships between social systems, environmental situations, personality, mental and affective states, cognitive processes, neurobiological functions, and spiritual and religious states and practices.

An important role of TRI is the establishment and maintenance of a research infrastructure that encourages large-scale collaborative research and facilitates obtaining research funding for the various projects.  

 

TRI News  


Call for Posters for the SOP 50th Anniversary!  Please submit your posters by January 22, 2014.  You can email your submissions to tri@fuller.edu or submit them online.



The Winter 2014 Research Colloquium dates have been posted, please mark your calendars! FOR MORE INFORMATION IN CLICK HERE.

 


TRI is currently recruiting graduate students for 2 Research Assistant Positions, if you are interested and would like more information please CLICK HERE.

 


We are pleased to welcome Mark Graves and Remya Nair joining the research team for the John Templeton Foundation grant studying "Love, Compassion, and Care: Virtue Science and Exemplarity in Real Life and in the Laboratory."


TRI Videos NOW Available online. If you would like to access videos to past seminars, conferences, symposiums, and events sponsored by TRI, please CLICK HERE.

 


Congratulations for Drs. Maria Wong and Joey Fung on receiving a grant for their research on "Finding the Zen between Church and Family Commitment of Chinese Amercian Church Leaders". Grant was awarded by the Louisville Institute.